As you may already know, I’ve long been a fan of Sonimus’s freeware equalizer SonEQ. However, I’ve recently been trying out the rest of their plug-in range, and have discovered something about SonEQ’s bigger brother, SonEQ Pro, that’s quickly turning it into one of my go-to plug-ins. Let me explain… Open link →
“All told, Burnley 73 is a very high-quality plugin that combines good emulation with handy usability features to deliver quality results quickly and easily.” Open link →
“…Going into this product review, I wasn’t sure how useful Sweetone would prove to be, mostly because I don’t tend to reach for them as much as my more complex and surgical EQs, but after some hours of experimentation, I have really begun to love this tool…” User Review Sound Quality 5 of 5 Ease of use 5 of …
A top-notch addition to the Neve 1073 emulator market. “Everyone should own a Neve 1073 emulation – and here’s an in-depth analysis of one of the best we’ve ever tried, at a price everyone can afford. Full review of Sonimus Burnley 73” 0:00 – Intro 1:16 – Basic overview 4:18 – Analysis 7:13 – Mixing …
Ollan Christopher Bell – Producer – talking about Sonimus experience in the making of the Zakiya Hooker’s “In the mood” album, her last project.
In this video, Alex Solano reviewed the Sonimus Sweetone: “…A high-quality EQ plugin for mixing…” Music provided by Princeton Brown.
Satson was featured in the regular Geek Technique for the latest Computer Music issue. You’ll see the plugin on page 81 and in the accompanying tutorial video. Satson CM is one of the Computer Music exclusive plugins. Open link →
Musicradar verdict: “An impressive, affordable hybrid EQ that successfully jigsaws together a series of classic-inspired components.” Open link →
Musicradar review of Satson: “Verdict For more advanced engineers looking to push their mixes up another notch, Satson is an attractive option.” Open link →